Statement from elected County Councillor for Saundersfoot South, Chris Williams
Firstly, sincere thanks to all those who voted last Thursday. Cabinet member, Phil Baker, will be a hard act to follow, but I am determined to have the same work ethic on behalf of all residents of Saundersfoot South.
There has been some criticism of the way that Saundersfoot has been divided by the Welsh Government. A benefit however, is that we now have two County Councillors with responsibility for our village.
I will work very closely with Alec Cormack to ensure that Saundersfoot is effectively represented in County Hall.
I encourage residents that have any issues to approach me so that hopefully, I can address their concerns.
Chris Williams
07979 197936
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Statement from elected County Councillor for Amroth and Saundersfoot North, Alec Cormack
I’d like to thank everyone who voted in Thursday’s election. Whether you voted for me or not, I’m glad you exercised your democratic rights. As your councillor I will serve and represent every resident.
In the Amroth half of the ward I succeed Tony Baron who has worked diligently on behalf of residents for the last five years. Tony fought his campaign like the gentleman that he is. I think the result would have been far closer if he had not had to temporarily cease campaigning due to health issues.
In the Saundersfoot half of the ward I succeed Phil Baker who stood down at the last election. Phil has represented Saundersfoot on the Community Council, County Council and the National Park since 2008. A hugely respected figure, he has earned the right to spend more time with his wife.
I have four big shoes to fill, and I pledge to do my best to represent Saundersfoot and Amroth residents’ interests. I will always be open, honest and truthful.
I am proud to be a Liberal Democrat, but I will never be party political on the Council. I will consider all issues on their merits and work with all others for the good of Pembrokeshire.
Splitting Saundersfoot into North and South wards caused a great deal of concern to many residents. I will do my best to work closely with Chris Williams, County Councillor for Saundersfoot South, to convince people that two councillors are indeed better than one!
I will answer all residents’ queries promptly. I won’t promise the impossible, but I will try my best to find solutions to their problems. I will publish a quarterly Focus Newsletter communicating the work I am doing on behalf of residents and what is planned for the future.
Thank you for putting your trust in me.
Alec Cormack
01834 855856
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Statement from elected County Councillor for St Florence and St Mary Out Liberty, Rhys Jordan
Firstly, I’d like to thank my opponent Jon Preston for his hard work over the last two terms as Cllr for Penally and St Mary Out Liberty. He achieved many great things for the community over his 10 years. I would also like to wish outgoing Cllr for St Florence Phil Kidney continued success in the new ward of Penally and Manobier.

Moving forward I will be conducting a speed survey in both New Hedges and St Florence, as a regular concern on the doorsteps throughout the campaign, was cars travel too fast through both villages. Another issue highlighted to me was the booking system at Crane Cross Waste & Recycling Centre. I am keen to find a solution that works for everyone.

A major pledge to voters was to fight for an improved swimming pool at Tenby Leisure Centre. I am determined to get his delivered over the next 5 years and will fight hard in County Hall for this to happen. It’s clear to me this is something Tenby and surrounding areas are passionate about and desperate to see happen.

As I promised every voter on my campaign, I am approachable and ready to roll my sleeves up and get stuck in. I would like to thank everyone who voted for me and to those who took part to allow democracy to happen in the new ward of St Florence & St Mary Out Liberty.

Rhys Jordan
07444 840376
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